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Appendix E Mass Balance Workshop Participants and Presentation Titles The workshop was held on March 24 and 25, 198S, at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C. Written information provided by the workshop participants is maintained by the NRC. 117

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118 Name Frank Altmayer Jose Alvarez David Benforado Denny Beroiz Kenneth Bradley Marvin Chlapek Joseph Chu (deceased) Richard Dime Max Eisenberg Harry Fatkin Kathleen Franklin Carl Fromm Hank Garie France Godoy Mark Griffiths Khristine Hall Robert Ham Brian Harney Russ Hawes Robert Hawes Jeanne Herb Martin Hillyer Josephine Huang Ken Johnson Stephen Jordan Roger Kanerva Ron Kienie Larry Longanecker* Francis McMichael Lamar Miller Richard Morgenstern Andrew Nickolaus Margo Oge Kirsten Oldenburg Daniel Oman Richard Paul Ward Penberthy Robert Pojasek Dennis Redington Merilyn Reeves James Rogers Niki Roy David Sarokin AL4SS BALANCE INFORMATION WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS OUTSIDE OF COMMITTEE Affiliation Scientific Control Labs Upjohn Co. 3M Corp. General Dynamics Corp. Ontario Waste Management Corp. Exxon Corp. General Motors Corp. New Jersey State Dept. of Environmental Protection Maryland State Dept. of Environment Polaroid Corp. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc. New Jersey State Dept. of Enviromental Protection The Earth Technology Corp. National Association of Metal Finishers International Business Machines Corp. RMT, Inc. Mobil Oil Corp. Mobil Oil Corp. Polaroid Corp. New Jersey State Dept. of Environmental Protection Chevron Corp. Tetra Tech National Governors' Association E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc. State of Illinois Environmental Protection Agency Shell Oil Co. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Carnegie-Mellon University Univ. of Florida, Dept. of Environmental Engineering Science U.S. Environmental Protection Agency E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency U.S. Congress Office of Technology Assessment RMT, Inc. Motor Vehicle Manufacturer's Association U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ChemCycle Corp. Monsanto Co. League of Women Voters Digital Electronics Corp. State of Massachusetts Dept. of Environmental Quality ~ . . engineering U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

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APPE~IXE Michael Shapiro Deborah Shaver Edward Clarence-Smith James Solyst Edward Stevenson Paul Supple Dennis Timberlake Lial Tischler Scott Tufts Did not attend, but sent information. 119 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ICE, Inc. Natural Resources Defense Council National Governors' Association State of New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection General Electric Co. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Tischler/Kocurek Environmental Engineers PPG Industries, Inc.

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120 Session I, Part I - Policy Needs for Mass Balance Approaches to Assess Waste Minimization/Reduction Efforts "Meaning of Mass Balance in Relation to Policy Needs~ David Sarokin (UeS. Environmental Protection Agency) "The Need for Alternatives Within the Sys- tem of Environmental Protection" Kirsten Oldenburg (U.S. Congress Office of Technology Assessment) "A Proposed Model Waste Reduction Program" Edward Clarence-Smith (Natural Resources Defense Council) Session I, Part II - Policy Needs for Mass Balance Approaches to Estimate Toxic Chemical Releases "Facilitating Source Reduction Require- ments" Niki Roy (State of Massachusetts Dept. of Environmental Quality Engineering) "Illinois, Perspective" Roger Kanerva (State of Illinois Environ- mental Protection Agency) "The Citizen's Viewpoint" Merilyn Reeves (League of Women Voters) Session lI, Part I - Mass Balance Applica- tions: Feasibility of Estimating Toxic Re- leases Across Industry Sectors "An Integrated Perspective from the U.S. EPA" Richard Morgenstern (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) "New Jersey's Experience with the Industrial Survey Project" Edward Stevenson (State of New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection) "Industrial Perspective" Robert Pojasek (ChemCycle Corp.) M;4SS BALANCE INFORMATION WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS "Applications for Petroleum, Petrochemical, and Pesticide Production" Lamar Miller (Univ. of Florida, Dept. of Environmental Engineering Science) Session II, Part II - Mass Balance Applica- tions: Feasibility of Estimating Toxic Re- leases Within Industry Sectors "The Electronics Industry" James Rogers (Digital Electronics Corp.) "Mass Balance Technology in the Petro- chemical Industry" Marvin Chlapek (Exxon Corp.) Difficulties with the Approach and Alterna- tives for the Electroplating Industry" Prank Altmayer (Scientific Control Labs) Session III, Part I - Mass Balance Applica- tions: Feasibility of Assessing Hazardous Waste Minimization/Reduction Efforts Across Industry Sectors "Experiences with Electronics Manu- facturing, Solvent Users, and Petroleum Re- fineries" Carl Fromm (Jacobs Engineering Group, Inc.) "Why the Material Balance Focus?" Kenneth Bradley (Ontario Waste Manage- ment Corp.) "Developing Baseline Data and Tracking Progress" Franco Godoy (The Earth Technology Corp.) Session III, Part II - Mass Balance Applica- tions: Feasibility of Assessing Hazardous Waste Minimization/Reduction Efforts Within Industry Sectors "The Application of Mass Balance Techniques in the Foundary Industry" Daniel Oman and Robert Ham (RMT, Inc.) Measurement Error in the Chemical Manu- facturing Industry" Lial Tischler (Tischler/Kocurek Environ- mental Engineers)

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APPENDIX E "Applications in the Photographic Processing and Electroplating Industries Deborah Shaver (ICF, Inc.) "The Petroleum Refining Industry Martin Hillyer (Chevron Corp.) Session IV - Mass Balance Applications: Feasibility of Estimating Toxic Releases: Facility Perspective Estimating Methyl Chloride Releases from a Chemical Manufacturing Facility Paul Supple (General Electric Corp.) "The Engineering Role of Process Material Balance" Dennis Redington (Monsanto Co.) "Mass Balance for an Adipic Acid Facility" Andrew Nickolaus (E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.) "Approaches and Uncertainties Within a Multi-Chemical Production Facility" Scott Tufts (PPG Industries, Inc.) 121 Session V - Mass Balance Applications: Feasibility of Assessing Waste Minimization/Reduction Efforts "Measurements Within a Defense Weaponry Manufacturing Facility Denny Beroiz (General Dynamics Corp.) NMulti-product Manufacturing Facilities: The Practical Problems with Aggregated Wastes David Benforado (3M Corp.) Use of Total Carbon Mass Balance to Define High Boiling Waste Formation" Stephen Jordan (E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co., Inc.) "Polaroid's Toxic Use and Waste Reduction Program" Harry Fatkin (Polaroid Corp.) Experiences Within Chemical Manu- facturing Facility Tim Hawes (Polaroid Corp.)

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